Grocery store in Seattle's Central District battles pandemic and gentrification

A grocery store owner struggling due to the pandemic said his family has resisted offers to sell, not wanting to contribute to more gentrification.

SEATTLE — For three decades, the corner store on 28th Avenue and Jackson Street in Seattle’s Central District has been part of Sami Abrera’s family.

“My parents are immigrants from Eritrea, and they came here and worked for several years. Multiple…

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